Mesopotamian Statue of Gudea - 3D VIew

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James Blake Wiener
by The British Museum
published on 26 November 2018
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Upper part of standing figure with head; carved and polished mottled green dolerite; but neck restored. Gudea was the ruler of the city-state of Lagash. One of a dynasty of rulers in southern Mesopotamia who expanded their authority following the collapse of the Akkadian empire around 2190 BCE. Lagash was eventually absorbed into the kingdom of the Third Dynasty of Ur after 2100 BCE. Circa 2130 BCE. Dimensions Height: 78 centimetres Width: 50 centimetres Depth: 31 centimetres Weight: 150 kilograms.

Full record: http://bit.ly/gudeaBM. Made by Daniel Pett with a Canon 700D, single chunk.

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